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Prepared for:
[Professor Name]

Prepared by:
[Student Name]
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Thesis Proposal



[Thesis Title]













Submitted To:
[Professor Name]


Submitted By:
[Student Name]


Date of Submission:
[Date]

Table of Contents

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Contents
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Abstract
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2.
Introduction
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3.
Significance of Research
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4.
Problem Statement
[Number]
5.
Research Questions
[Number]
6.
Literature Review
[Number]
7.
Theoretical Framework
[Number]
8.
Research Designs and Method
[Number]
9.
Implication
[Number]
10.
Proposed Chapter Outline
[Number]
11.
Bibliography and Appendix
[Number]
12.
[Add Content]
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Abstract

[The abstract is a brief summary of your thesis proposal. This section will briefly introduce the issue, how you will address the issue, and include a possible implication of your work if successfully completed.]
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Introduction

[This section provides an introduction to the problem you'll be studying. Explain the background of your topic from a broader picture and narrowing in on your research question.]
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Significance of Research

[Explain here how further research on this topic is important or how your research would contribute to the solution of the problem.]
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Problem Statement

[Describe the theoretical or practical research problem that you want to address. What is already known about the problem? What is mssing from current knowledge? ].
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Research Questions

This thesis aims at addressing the following prime questions:
  1. [Research Question 1]
  1. [Research Question 2]

Literature Review

[Literature review summarizes, compares, and critiques the most relevant sources on the topic. It demonstrates that you know your field, who the key research players are in it, what has been said in the past, and what is being said at the moment. Generally, a good literature review is in the form of a narrative, which can either be chronological or thematic.]

A considerable amount of academic research has already been done in this field. I will outline the major research that has happened over the last [number of years] years and will go through each of them.

  1. [Reference], [Resource]
  • " [Abstract of Literature] "
  • [Add your opinion/comment on this piece of literature].
  • [Add how this is relevant in your research].
  • [Describe its role in this thesis].
  1. [Reference], [Resource]
  • " [Abstract of Literature] "
  • [Add your opinion/comment on this piece of literature].
  • [Add how this is relevant in your research].
  • [Describe its role in this thesis].
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Theoretical Framework

The entire research shall stay within a pre-defined theoretical framework. Here is a brief description of these theories and how they are relevant to my Thesis.
[Add Theoretical Framework]

Research Design and Methods

I have laid down a descriptive account of the methods and procedures I will incorporate in my research for this thesis.

Research Designs

[Explain how you will design the research. Qualitative or quantitative? Original data collection or primary/secondary sources? Descriptive, correlational or experimental?]
Population and Study Sample
This study will be carried out pertaining to the [Mention The type of study being conducted].
Sample Selection
The Primary Data will be collected from [Source of Data Collection] through [Data Collection Procedure].
Data Collection
Further, sample selection will be done as per [Sample Selection Method].
Data Analysis
Data Analysis shall be done following [Data Analysis Plan].

Methods and Sources

[Describe the tools, procedures, participants and sources of the research. When, where and how will you collect, select and analyze data?]
  1. [Add Research Method]
[Description]
  1. [Add Research Method]
[Description]

Implication

[Finish the proposal by emphasizing why your proposed project is important and what it will contribute to practice or theory.]

  • Practical Implications

[Will your findings help improve a process, inform policy, or make a case for concrete change?]

  • Theoretical Implication

[Will your work help strengthen a theory or model, challenge current assumptions, or create a basis for further research?]
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Proposed Chapter Outline

Here is an outline of the thesis with tentative chapters and their brief descriptions:
  • Chapter 1: [Chapter 1 Name]
  • [Add Proposed Chapter Description]
  • Chapter 2 : [Chapter 2 Name]
  • [Add Proposed Chapter Description]
  • [Add Chapters]
  • [Add Proposed Chapter Descriptions]
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Bibliography and Appendix

Following is a bibliographical account of all the references and resources that I have come across and used for this research so far.
[Add Bibliography]
Sr. No.
References
Resource Address
1.
[Reference]
[Resource Address]
2.
[Reference]
[Resource Address]
3.
[Reference]
[Resource Address]

Submission by

This thesis proposal is submitted by [Student] in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the [Degree/Master Degree/Other] in [Specify Discipline].
Presented By
Presented To
[Student Name]
[Professor name]
[Designtion]
[Designation]
[Address]
[Address]
[Contact]
[Contact]
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Acceptance and Signature

Please provide your signature below to show your acknowledgment and your approval for this thesis proposal. I would be very grateful if you could provide your comments and suggestions for this thesis.
[Professor name]

[Student Name]
Signature
Assign signer 1
Name
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Date
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Signature
Assign signer 2
Name
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Date
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THANK YOU

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